MAKE YOUR INSTAGRAM POST STAND OUT, ESP YOUR PROFILE 1. How can I optimize my Profile? o Profile Image: Include a bright, happy photo of yourself; NOT a picture of your pet or favorite vacation spot. Be personal and approachable. o Hashtag: add at least one in profile o Bio: list about 3 items that succinctly describe your career or what you do. Add at least one o Link: include a link to your business webpage or Facebook page. o Description: hashtags! 2. How can I appeal to viewers? o Attractive, consistent colors o Pleasing layout o Visually appealing o Clear images 3. Can you Increase engagement? o Use between 12 and 30 hashtags o Follow related hashtags 4. Do you have a business account?
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Your CTR Formula: Link Clicks divided by Closeups x 100. If this number is over fifty percent, you are doing well. Keep working to increase this number even more. Impressions 18.4 k Closeups 1.2K Saves 95 Link Clicks 814 With the above example, the CTR is 68%. This is a great click-through rate, but look at your analytics every month so you can see what’s performing over time. This is a great way to keep track of the traffic Pinterest is driving to your website. In fact, I can’t resist looking at the end of every week! THE VALUE OF PINTEREST: STATISTICS 300 Million people use Pinterest every single month Fifty percent+ of Pinterest’s traffic comes from outside the US, so the value of Pintere
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A paper letter for notes seems ever so more personal than and email (esp. an email to a group). I guess it has to do with a bit of psychology and Kinesthetics. It's kinda like holding a paper book and reading vs. reading online or on a digital "book." if I want to make notes or underline, I need paper. there is something that satisfies and calms to sit down with a real letter or note vs. reading it on your phone. The paper and handwriting seems to make it more personal and caring. So, keep making those cards and sending them to someone that will get joy from receiving them! Anyway,isn't it supposed to be more joyous to give than receive? How about posting some of your cards that you intend
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What Should I Post on Instagram? · Short video to explain a tricky action; example: how to tie a bow. · List a few good IG accounts to follow that relate to your business. · A behind-the-scenes look at your craft room or classroom. · Show every card you make in class and some that your students do outside of class. · Humor. · Highlight your team. · Highlight a team member who accomplished a goal or joined your team. (Made next level – silver elite) · Give a shout out to yourself for something you are proud of · Give a shout out to a team member or new recruit or a client · Revisit and post older content. · Be sure viewers know how to contact you. · Highlight some favorite products now and th
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Quoted from: https://www.howlifeunfolds.com To congratulate someone on buying a new house. Be the first card on their fridge. .... To recognize made-up holidays. Happy Lumpy Rug Day. Because apparently that’s a thing. To make fun of a friend’s fantasy sports team. Sometimes the message board isn’t enough to get your point across. To share a drawing. When words fail, there’s always art. To thank your future boss for interviewing you. Cards stand out. Emails get filtered out. To thank your great neighbors for being great neighbors. A good neighbor can be hard to find. Treasure the good ones. To thank a client. When was the last time you remember someone raving about the “really thoughtful” ema